A little bit of an article I stumbled across about auditioning for Shark Tank that some of you might find Interesting
You make a videotape & you send it to them & then there is a series of questions they want you to answer.
It is all about TV at that point & how you can convey what you are doing.
How Interesting is the product
Then there is a series of post Interviews.
Finally they send you a request to be on the show ALONG WITH A (47-PAGE) CONTRACT TO SIGN.
Spend three (3) days at the Sony Studio doing presentations & being quizzed by a group of people so you get the Idea of what you are getting into.
Nothing prepares you for the Shark Tank.
The Sharks had been beating on people for a week & while you are waiting for your turn you can hear them in the other room just tearing people apart.
It is definitely designed to be “Watch these people sweat it out” They love that part for sure.
You have five people firing questions at you, sometimes two or three at a once.
They definitely want to put you on your toes.
Even though a lot of the things they may say you know are completely wrong, you have to make a decision.
Do you diminish your opportunity by arguing with them or just try to let it go & get through it
American Inventor’s Contract was about (30-Pages
Pitchmen’s Contract - I do NOT
know but the show was more Educational then the Greedy Venture Capitalists (VC’s) on Shark Tank in my opinion.